Black & Veatch join forces with Rezatec
Black & Veatch has joined forces with Rezatec to bring a new perspective to the management of utility infrastructure.
The companies have announced a strategic partnership that will allow them to collaboratively develop decision support tools that enable owners and operators of infrastructure assets to make intelligent, business critical decisions using geospatial analytics.
“Rezatec’s ability to analyse earth observation data brings a new perspective to the management of large infrastructure assets. We are excited to collaborate and use our expertise in the engineering, delivery and management of critical human infrastructure to develop decision support tools that provide highly valuable and actionable insights for our clients,” said Mark Malcolm, director of delivery, Black & Veatch Europe.
Rezatec applies data science, through AI-driven analytics, to satellite-derived geospatial data to enable clients owning and operating distributed land-based assets make more accurate decisions.
Philip Briscoe, chief operating officer at Rezatec, said: “Through Black & Veatch’s experience and insights in the engineering and delivery of utility infrastructure and our algorithms and advanced machine learning techniques we are able to unlock the value in satellite-derived geospatial data to deliver strategic, commercial and actionable insight for our customers.”
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